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Hiroshi Aoshima's World Exciting Music Travelogue

Hiroshi Aoshima's World Exciting Music Travelogue


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Hiroshi Aoshima's World Exciting Music Travelogue with Blue Island Orchestra

Venue : Hitachinaka City Cultural Center

Photo: Gakken


WA Mozart (1756~1791) / Hiroshi Aoshima Arrangement: "Overture" from the opera "The Marriage of Figaro"

WA Mozart (1756~1791)/ Hiroshi Aoshima Arrangement: Turkish March

J. Haydn (1732-1809): "Serenade" from String Quartet No. 17

J. Haydn (1732-1809)/Hiroshi Aoshima Arrangement: Symphony No. 105!?

Irish Folk Song/Hamilton Hartry Arr.: Londonderry Song

V. Monty (1868-1922): Csardas

Lv Beethoven (1770-1827) / Hiroshi Aoshima Arrangement: Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral" 1st movement

J. Strauss II (1825-1899): Overture from the comedy "Die Fledermaus"

F. Kreisler (1875-1962): The Joy of Love

Hiroshi Aoshima Arrangement (1955-): "Tanabata-sama" and "Umi" from 12 Months of Shoka

PI Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): Three major ballet medleys
"Scene" from "Swan Lake"
"Waltz" from "Sleeping Beauty"
"Russian Dance" from "The Nutcracker"

B. Smetana (1824-1884): "The Moldau" from the series of symphonic poems "My Motherland"


Hiroshi Aoshima (story, conducting, piano, etc.)

Born in 1955. Graduated from the Graduate School of Tokyo University of the Arts. The completed opera "Golden Country" (original work by Shusaku Endo) was purchased by the university library, and has been performed twice in the past by the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Festival. As a composer, he has composed ``Phoenix'' (Osamu Tezuka, original), ``Black Lizard'' (Yukio Mishima, original), 7 operas, choral songs such as ``Mother Goose Song'', ``Aesop's Animal Chronicles'', He left a wide range of works, including orchestral music such as Mochi Mochi no Ki. He is also active as a conductor and pianist, and in recent years has often been entrusted with planning and performing at concerts and events. He served as the first general director of NHK's "Pleasant Concert" for 8 years, and still appears on NHK radio's "Minna Chorus" and "High School Music Course". In addition, he is a lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts, Tsuru University, and Tokyo Metropolitan Art High School, a member of the Tokyo Chamber Opera Management Committee, the Japan Contemporary Music Association, and the Composition Association.
In recent years, he has become a hot topic by appearing frequently on Nippon Television's "World's Best Lesson", TV Tokyo's "Takeshi's Anyone Picasso", and TV Asahi's "Untitled Concert". The concerts she appears in are always receiving a great response.

Ai Okumura, Violin
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Lived in Amsterdam until the age of 7. Studied at Toho Gakuen College Soloist Diploma Course. Studied under Akiko Tatsumi and Reiner Honeck. The 48th All Japan Student Music Competition National Tournament Junior High School Division 1st place, 68th Music Competition of Japan 2nd place, and many other awards. He has performed with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, and other major orchestras in Japan. There are also many co-stars. He has also performed at the Mt.Fuji Kawaguchiko Music Festival. CD debuted in 2002 with "Ai no Aisatsu", and has since released numerous releases. In November 2010, the latest album "Lavender Blooming Garden" was released. Recitals with friendly programming and natural talks are very popular in various places. Actively develops concerts and workshops for parents and children. He has also appeared on TV and radio, and has been attracting attention for his diverse activities.

Blue Island Band (Chamber Orchestra)
An orchestra performing all the performances of Tetsuya Kumakawa K Ballet Company. In the fall of 2005, the group was formed with a "theater" centered on ballet as the main venue for their activities, and in the same year began performing with the K Ballet Company. In the spring of 2007, Kazuo Fukuda, one of Japan's leading ballet music conductors, was appointed music director. Since then, he has been involved in many ballet performances other than the K Ballet Company, such as the New National Theatre, Japan, and local ballet companies.
In 2008, he began collaborating with composer Hiroshi Aoshima. Many performances have already been held, including performances sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, and the diametrically opposed collaboration of “a heartwarming talk” and “a gem of a performance” has achieved results beyond imagination.